Beijing, 31 March 2014 – Romance is literally in the air these days at China World Summit Wing, Beijing as the capital’s tallest hotel stages its second annual “Love in the Air” wedding fair on 31March 2014.
A total of 33 couples – recruited over the past month via China World Summit Wing, Beijing’s official Weibo and WeChat – climbed atop the hotel. On the hotel’s helipad, 330 metres above the capital, each young man proposed to his beloved and created a unique memory that set them on the path to a lifetime of happiness. Participating couples received a complimentary night at China World Summit Wing, Beijing and appeared in a professionally shot video played at the “Love in the Air” bridal fair in the afternoon.
Together with professional wedding planner Love NI, the hotel hosted its second annual bridal fair called “Love in the Air” in the afternoon of 30 March 2014. The reception began at 2 p.m. in the foyer of the city’s biggest ballroom – the epic Summit Ballroom on the third floor of the hotel. China World Summit Wing, Beijing displayed its creations on an innovative 50-metre-long stage that encircled two-thirds of the 2,340-square-metre ballroom – a multi-level structure displayed the 33 lucky couples, raised at the back of the stages.
The hotel invited the renowned wedding gown designer, Lan Yu, who later presented over 30 wedding gowns ranging in style from classic to modern during the show. Tiffany, the jewellery designer, also took part in the event and its representatives interacted with guests to show the latest trend in wedding jewellery.
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